Doctor Who: Who-ology

Doctor Who Who ology The official miscellany celebrating years of Doctor Who Do you know your Sontarans from your Silurians What are the best ways to defeat a Dalek What are the galactic coordinates of Gallifrey Te

  • Title: Doctor Who: Who-ology
  • Author: Cavan Scott Mark Wright
  • ISBN: 9781849906197
  • Page: 149
  • Format: Hardcover
  • The official miscellany, celebrating 50 years of Doctor Who.Do you know your Sontarans from your Silurians What are the 40 best ways to defeat a Dalek What are the galactic coordinates of Gallifrey Test your knowledge of the last Time Lord and the worlds he s visited in Who ology, an unforgettable journey through 50 years of Doctor Who Packed with facts, figures and stThe official miscellany, celebrating 50 years of Doctor Who.Do you know your Sontarans from your Silurians What are the 40 best ways to defeat a Dalek What are the galactic coordinates of Gallifrey Test your knowledge of the last Time Lord and the worlds he s visited in Who ology, an unforgettable journey through 50 years of Doctor Who Packed with facts, figures and stories from the show s entire run, this unique tour of space and time takes you from Totters Lane to Trenzalore, taking in guides to UNIT call signs, details of the inner workings of sonic screwdrivers, and a reliability chart covering every element of the TARDIS With tables, charts and illustrations dotted throughout, as well as fascinating lists and exhaustive detail, you won t believe the wonders that await Are you ready Then read on, you clever boy And remember.

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    1. It is the 54th Anniversary of Doctor Who today, and coincidentally, I've been binge-watching the episodes (for what must be the hundredth time). I can't help it, I'm slightly obsessed. I started watching Doctor Who quite by accident, in 2009. It was a random David Tennant episode (well, now I know it was The Family of Blood), and I just thought it was another weird show about weird people. I was, however, especially struck by the line "the fury of the Timelord." Anyway, I googled the show, start [...]


    2. If there's one thing in the entertainment world I love more than Doctor Who I've yet to find it. I would have never have guessed that a boring night of channel surfing nine years ago would have led to the love affair that I have with the Doctor Who series. Since discovering the series in 2005, I haven't missed watching an episode and have even went back in the archives to watch the Classic Doctor Who that originally aired in 1963.With 50 years of rich history it's easy to find something Who rela [...]


    3. An inventive way of celebrating the science-fiction phenomenon. This is a solid and interesting Doctor Who trivia book which is let down by a few crippling flaws. My biggest complaint would have to be overall design, it would have been benefited from some creative structure and colour in places, there are too many pages of just dates in a spreadsheet like format, wasting space in an overly cramped book, it could have been so much more. This book seems to be for Doctor Who enthusiasts who have, a [...]


    4. If you're a fan of 'Doctor Who', whether it's the classic series or the new rebooted series, I would recommend picking up this book, it covers it all and then some! Reading more like a digest of everything Whovian from the last 50 years, this hardcover book has it all.From the very first episode, and all the way up until the 2012 Christmas special, the 384 pages are bursting with the facts and figures from the entire series. It's all presented very well in a hardback volume, with a cover illustr [...]



    5. I highly recommend this book to Whovians. It talks about Doctors 1 to 11 and includes their first and last words. I like how it talks about 50 years of the show. If you want to learn about parts of the TARDIS then this is a good book for you. It also is good because if you want to watch the doctors first and last episodes, then the section, Doctors by Numbers section is also quite good. In the section, Who's Who- The Twelve Doctors, it tells you the actors name, when they were born, and when the [...]


    6. If you want to know anything trivial about the world's greatest sci-fi show, this book has it. Did you know it would take you over 362 hours to watch every episode and mini-sode? Seriously--and that's only calculated up to "The Snowmen." There's been a whole season, 50th anniversary, and new Doctor since then! And did you know that the sonic screwdriver does enough things to fill, like, 3 whole pages? And the first TARDIS was only replaced because the first one basically collapsed on Lis Sladen' [...]


    7. This book, packed with facts, figures and stories from 50 years of the TV show Doctor Who, is a FUN book! I just can't stop reading it. There were some trivia that I never knew and it's a delight surprise! Of course, there were some things in the book I disagreed with but that's a part of the fun. I'd not be surprised if future non-fiction/reference Doctor Who books were spawned from this book (it certainly gives you an idea what you could write about as a non-fiction work)!I think I'll have to [...]


    8. As a Doctor Who fan, Who-ology was a great read.It is full of facts and figures up to the 2012 Christmas Special, although it could be updated, there is enough in there to improve my knowledge of the classic era, as well as adding to my knowledge of NuWho.I would recommend this book to hardcore fans, as it includes stories from all the Doctors, all forms of the TARDIS and the Sonic Screwdriver, the actors real names and stage names, as well as birth dates/death dates for those who are sadly no l [...]


    9. Call it "the biggest book of everything" you could possibly list/compile about "Doctor Who" over the past 50 years. Facts, factoids, fiction, gossipis is the ultimate primer. If you're still a geek in training, this is a fantastic bible to the entire series. If you're a geeky jedi master such as myself, this is a warm remembrance of things well known & facts refreshedl enhanced by some fantastic black and white artwork. A book that is an endless joy to browse.


    10. A book for die-hard fans. Treats the old and new Who testaments as seamless whole. If I can borrow from objected oriented programming lingo, this is "aspect-oriented" trivia, comprised in large measure of lists of topics that cross-cut 50 years of episodes; the kinds of lists that owe their existence to fan boy crowd sourcing.


    11. Very disappointed. Much of it was very trivial (like what other actors starred in a Harry Potter movie). Very little on the history or inspiration of the show. Even when they decided to discuss the history of the actors on it, they were each given about three to four paragraphs.


    12. Great book! It gave me all the information I still didn't know about the Doctor Who world, plus it's ironic and you can stay hours reading it without getting bored.Only one flaw: Doctor Who has gone further since this book was relased, so some things are missing.


    13. An utter fascinating read into everything Doctor Who related. It contains everything a fellow Whovian needs to know about anything and everything Who related. I picked up some facts I didn't know, and the book itself felt like a trip through time and space.


    14. 3,5*I wanted to love this book so bad, but I found myself to be skimming loads of the information. Most things just didn't really interest me, probably because I haven't seen anything of Classic Who. However, the things that I DID like, I really loved. 40 ways to defeat a Dalek? Amazing.


    15. The book is very interesting though there are some annoying errors such as one of the dates are backwards (January 2nd and January first of the same year) but seeing as how many interesting things there are its best to forget the errors. I would say about 95% interesting and 5% annoying.




    16. No es el mejor libro de doctor who que he leido pero cumple su función me mantuvo entretenida, y aprendi datos freaks acerca de mi show.Es un buen libro para saber acerca de doctor who, lo único malo es que habian partes que eran lateras por que eran muchos datos númericos y nada de palabras o relatos para hacerlo más fácil de leer.




    17. Check out my review over on my bloghere!!-----Thank you so much to my wonderful and thoughtful parents for giving me this amazing Doctor Who book for Christmas, I also got lots of other Doctor Who related things for christmas which I will show in my upcoming Christmas Haul (Link Here). As some of you may know, I am a major Whovian, aka Doctor Who mega fan. I have loved Doctor Who since I discovered the show when it restarted with Christopher Ecclestone in 2005 and since then I've been hooked to [...]


    18. Négy csillag, mert van benne sok olyasmi is, amit netről is el lehet olvasni némi utánajárással (pl. az egyes színészekről szóló beszámolók 1-2 bekezdésben), ugyanakkor viszont összességében érdekes, hasznos infókkal van tele, meg jó így egyben hozzáférni mindehhez. Az illusztrációk sajnos nem igazán nyerték meg a tetszésemet.Biztos fogom még lapozgatni időnként, már csak azért is, mert most a classic Who-hoz kapcsolódó részeket úgy ahogy vannak, kihagytam, n [...]


    19. And on to something a little geekier.Yeah, yeah , yeah all of my non-Fangirl/Fanboy reader, my incessant nattering about the Doctor is probably driving you all bonkers. Sorry - you're just gonna need to deal with that since it isn't about to stop :PSince I started with the newest incarnation of the series (the one that fired the franchise up again in 2005), I am about 50 years behind on the whole thing.Enter WHO-OLOGY - the official Micellany to all of the minutiae of the world of Doctor Who.Thi [...]


    20. I'm new to the series, and have more of an interest in Dr. Who than any concrete expertise, which was why this was the perfect book for me. Now I finally can understand what the heck my Time Lord-obsessed friends are talking about and have enough information to go back and delve into the seasons I want to and skipping all the lame, boring, or muddled ones. What's awesome: mini-bios of all the companions with snippets of personal detail and background on the actresses and actors behind them, the [...]


    21. I guessed I liked it, though I have to say I skimmed several pages, and by that I mean I only read about half the book. As much as I love interesting facts, a lot of these facts just weren't interesting. At first I smiled at seeing the very, very extensive lists of just about everything, but after a while I abandoned them. As much as I would like to know all 1,000 objects the Doctor has pulled out of his pocket, going through an endless listing of items really didn't hold my interest. I just exp [...]


    22. I really really loved this book. I'm a massive fan of Doctor Who, though sadly my knowledge on the Classic series and the beginning of Doctor Who is very limited, but this book has changed a lot of that for me. It's got so many interesting details about every aspect of the show, and all the information is really easy to find if you don't want to read through the whole book in one go like I did. Some of the little facts are really interesting and I know that when I want some specific detail on so [...]


    23. I bought this as a Christmas Present for a friend. (Don't tell me I shouldn't read this, because I know) but I wanted to check this out and be really happy that I bought it for my best friend. I loved the details fact and I want to watch the first Doctor and all the others because I started at Nine. I just wanted to know all the things and I liked it.The only thing bad about this was the many typos and the big mistake in the names I'm an obsessed person with Harry Potter and when they wrote down [...]



    24. I'm a fan of Dr. Who, and had fun flipping through this book, but doing so made me realize that I'm not as big a fan as one could be. I only started watching the series since its 2005 revival and this book covers so much of what came before, that it makes the current series seem like a footnote. What this book did for me was to emphasize how much Dr. Who stuff I missed. I've watched the few episodes that were available on Netflix, but there is so much more that I don't have access to.I think thi [...]


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